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Californians are becoming less equal every day. The state’s 100 richest residents had $815.5 billion in net worth as of September 2020, up 18% from 2019, according to Forbes.

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When the Washington Post reported in 2007 that Bill Clinton had pocketed nearly $40 million in speaking fees since leaving the White House six years earlier, I wrote a column regretting that yet another former chief executive had proved so eager “to leverage the prestige of the presidency fo…

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Emergency situations can justify actions that would normally be inexcusable. The social order is not damaged if a lost hiker breaks into an unoccupied cabin to avoid freezing to death. The damage comes if the exception becomes the norm and cabin owners lose all protection from intruders.

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As I listened to the testimony Tuesday of Capitol and Washington D.C. police officers who were attacked by the violent mob in Washington on Jan. 6, I wondered how many of the terrorists bothered to get their Coronavirus vaccines. Guessing wildly, I’m going to say: Not many.

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Driving around the Antelope Valley can be like navigating an obstacle course. As if the potholes weren’t bad enough, you sometimes have the occasional large item that fell off a truck and is sitting in the middle of a lane.

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Cuba has had disappointing economies for decades in its sagging history and Wall Street Journal Columnist Mary Anastasia O’Grady has dug deeply into the reasons in a column in the WSJ published Monday.

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I have never bought the conspiracy theories that COVID-19 was a diabolical political plot to undermine the country. But what is apparent with each passing week is that the virus has been the springboard for the Left’s agenda to transform America in a way that Sen. Bernie Sanders, Michael Moo…

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As cities across the world open up, urban planners and architects – and the rest of us — are looking around, asking whether our streets and buildings will be, or should be, the same again.

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Critical Ethnic Studies couldn’t get in the front door of California’s public schools, so now adherents of the historical perspective that’s considered by many to be both anti-white American and anti-Semitic are trying to enter through the rear.

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With the Delta variant quickly spreading, not only in Los Angeles County, but also other parts of the country, it seems that more people are masking up again.

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Residents in one La Crescenta neighborhood have said “not in my neighborhood,” when it comes to a convicted, violent sexual predator moving in. Now, residents in Sun Village might have to deal with him, instead.

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In what may be July’s most important global story, US President Joseph Biden has issued a stern warning that the United States will “take any necessary action” to defend critical American infrastructure following a massive ransomware attack by suspected Russian cybercriminals.

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Are we taking a step backward in the battle against COVID-19, or did health officials act too soon in relaxing the rules of wearing a mask indoors?

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On Sept. 17, 1787, America’s founding fathers signed the new nation’s preamble to the Constitution, which declared “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general W…

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It’s finally cooling down a bit after what seemed like an eternity of triple-digit temperatures reaching as high as 111 some days. It seems that high 90s are more tolerable than triple digits, even though it’s still hot out.

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On Friday, there was a story in the Antelope Valley Press about the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s plans to conduct a driving under the influence (DUI) checkpoint.

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President Joe Biden, on Thursday, announced what millions have been waiting for nearly 20 years — withdrawal of US troops from the torturous Afghanistan landscape.

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Once a highly publicized mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani, who subsequently served as an attorney for President Donald Trump, on Wednesday, was notified that this Washington, D.C., law license had been suspended.

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America’s resurging economy in June gained splendid altitude by adding 850,000 jobs, a strong showing after two disappointing months of employment growth.

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When US Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin convened his brain trust on July 1 on a classified video conference for an update on Afghanistan, commanders had reason to feel positive.

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The Trump Organization, the real estate business that catapulted Donald J. Trump to tabloid fame, television riches and ultimately the White House, was charged Thursday, with running a 15-year scheme to help executives avoid paying taxes by compensating them off the books.

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Fox News Media has agreed to pay a record $1 million fine as part of broader settlement following an investigation by the New York City Commission on Human Rights into patterns of sexual harassment and retribution at the cable news.

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A day before Rudy Giuliani’s 52nd anniversary as a licensed lawyer in New York, the license was temporarily suspended. It will stay in place pending the outcome of a formal disciplinary hearing.

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In late June, the news outlets provided stories that executives, lobbyists and more than a dozen groups paid by Big Tech have tried to head off bipartisan support for six bills meant to undo the dominance of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google.

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On June 22, Senate Republicans blocked Democrats from moving ahead with elections legislation, forcing the party to devise a new way forward after weeks of intra-party wrangling and fruitless calls from progressives to advance the bill without GOP support.

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US companies are pumping enormous amounts of money into new technologies at a blistering pace, fueling President Joseph Biden’s plans to hype America’s vast economy as he rolls out his ideas.

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The well-worn adage “the third time’s the charm,” lived up to its popular stature in a celestial law victory on June 17, when the Affordable Care Act was proudly stamped by the United States Supreme Court.

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Construction of new housing in the past 20 years fell 5.5 million short of long-term historical levels, according to a new National Association of Realtors report, which is calling for a “once-in-a-generation” policy response.

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Hours before a vote to oust him, outgoing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused US President Joseph Biden of endangering Israel’s security by taking a soft line on Iran and claimed his successor, Naftali Bennett, would be too weak to stand up to Washington.